Treatment Center Directory
The obvious goal of treatment is to stop substance abuse and control your addiction. Some of the benefits of successful treatment are to return people to being productive at work, in their families, and in the community. Finding the right form of treatment for you is crucial to your success. Your level of use will determine your level of care. Check with your insurance company to see what is covered. If you don’t have insurance, check with your county or state to see what alcohol and drug treatment programs they might have to offer.
Find the Right Treatment Center for You
Before making a commitment to residential treatment, it is best to know what to expect. Don’t be afraid to ask questions. Some questions you might ask before going into a residential treatment center are:
- Is everything I say confidential?
- What are the reasons the Treatment center can break confidentiality?
- Do I need detox?
- Is there a dress code?
- Can I bring a cell phone?
- Is there a place to do laundry?
- Can you smoke cigarettes?
- What hours will I attend class?
- What medications can I bring?
- If I bring medication, do I keep it or give it to a nurse?
- Is there a place to get exercise?
- Can I bring reading materials?
- Will family members be able to contact me?
- Are there sessions my family members can attend?
- Will I share a room?
- Are men in class with women?
- What do I tell my employer?
- Who is allowed to know I am here?
- What kind of aftercare program is offered?
- What kind of information will I learn to stay substance free?
- Does this Treatment program adhere to the 12 steps?
- If I have a Mental Health problem – will that be addressed?
- Will I be given medication as part of my treatment?
- Will I learn about relapse prevention?
- Can I watch TV?
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Addiction can be successfully managed, but you will have to make a commitment to make it work. Use our treatment center directory to connect yourself with the alcohol and drug treatment program that is right for you.
Many times when someone gets in trouble for a DUI or drug offense their substance use problem is only the tip of the iceberg. Attorneys can help get you out of legal issues, but it is always much easier for all concerned if help for behavioral issues is sought in conjunction with any legal problems. Many problems can be solved with this analogy:
Trickle Down Effect
DUI – Treatment for Substance Use – Co-occurring Disorders – Family Therapy